The fight for the Ghana Premier League is on. Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak hunted down the Hunters at their home ground for the first time in seven years. Salifu Ibrahim’s fantastic feet broke Heart’s curse in 75 minutes of their Titanic encounter at Bechem.
Golden City park was as bright as the sun for Berekum Chelsea beating the “Miners” AshantiGold 3-1. Berekum Chelsea who was on a three consecutive losing streak bounced back strongly and as Abdul Basit (35), Paul Attah Agyei (51), and Stephen Amankona’s 68th-minute spot-kick buried the visitors leaving Yaw Annor’s 66th-minute goal a mere consolation.
Theater of Dreams was on fire for Dreams football club against King Faisal. Dreams who lost to Asante Kotoko 3-1 away return to winning ways by beating King Faisal three unanswered goals. The visitors managed to hold the home side but broke down in the second half, goals from Asafo Abednego in the 62nd minutes, Sadat Mohammed, and Emmanuel Ocran in 85th and 87th minutes respectively were enough for the Still Believe boys for the maximum points.
Eleven Wonders was held at home by International Allies in a 1-1 draw. Coach Ignatius’s return had a great impact on his team, Wonders, after conceding an early goal scored by Mohammed Zakaria in the 14th minute for the away side hit back through Clement Boahen in the 48th minute, to get the deserving equalizer to make it 1-1. Both sides played well to defend their respective goals.
Elmina Sharks could only draw Karela United at home. Ofori Antwi netted the first goal of the game for Karela in the 29th minute in the first half. Back from the recess, Sharks fought to equalize and Benjamin Boateng scored on 67th mininute to pick a point for his side.
Inform Medeama sporting club failed to pile pressure on Asante Kotoko and Great Olympics for the chase of the 2020-2021 Ghana Premier title. WAFA came from a goal down to whip Medeama in dying minutes to take the three points to Sogakope. Prince Opoku Agyemang early goal in the second minute could not help Medeama as the Academy boys through Enock Asuboateng and Godwin Agbevor scored on the 53rd and 94th minutes respectively to separate the sides.
Accra Sports Stadium saw the fantastic football from Legon Cities who hosted the Liberty Professionals, the scientific soccer lads later on Tuesday, a game which saw an end-to-end action produced three late goals. Kwaku Karikari scored to put the visitors in front in 80th minutes, but Evans Owusu’s 86th-minute own goal and Jona Attuquah’s goal on the 90th minute left Liberty stranded. From a losing position with few minutes to end proceedings, the Royals ended up picking the maximum points
The Porcupine Warriors continued their winning streak against Ebusua Dwarfs after going down by a goal on the 26th minute through a sumptuous free king from captain Denis Korsah. Kotoko responded quickly before the end of the first half through Emmanuel Gyamfi who was unmarked in the 18-yard to nod home from a cross from Christopher Nettey, Gyamfi scored again in the second half to completes the comeback.
Thursday night football between Accra Great Olympics and Aduana stars ended dramatically, The Dade boys dominated and outplayed Aduana till the 60th minutes and got their goals through Maxwell Quaye who scored on 35th minutes and Abdul Manasiru 60th minute, however, Aduana stars begin to show signs of a good team and scored three goals in the last 30 minutes to win the maximum, former Asante Kotoko player Sam Adams started the comeback with two beautiful goals on the 60th minute and 90th minute, as Bright Adjei added one on the 85th minute, to record their first away win of the season.
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